A solid conservatory roof is a great way to upgrade your existing conservatory to something that can be used all year round and is far more energy efficient than the glass or polycarbonate alternatives. It can also improve the aesthetics of your conservatory and add value to your home.
Before 2010, homeowners were required to ask for planning permission to install a new solid roof on their conservatory, but since then this has changed and most of the time you can now fit a new replacement roof without needing to go through this hassle. Depending on where you live, this may still be required, but it is best to check with your local authority before you start any work.
Upgrading to a solid conservatory roof is much quicker than building a new extension from scratch and will cost significantly less too. Our Thermotec roof panels are lightweight and can be fitted directly to the current structure of your conservatory often with no structural alterations needed, meaning you can get a quick, low cost, long lasting solid roof for your conservatory with very little disruption.
With a U-value that is lower than most traditional roof options, our Leka roof system helps to make your conservatory a room you can use all year round and not just in the summer, saving you money on heating costs. This solid roof also benefits from JHAI approval, which means that it complies with UK Building Regulations, giving you peace of mind that it has been installed to the highest standards. solid conservatory roof